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Topic - Rion Brown
Garrius Adams saved his best performance for his last regular season home game.
Coach Jim Larranaga wanted Miami to keep taking the ball to the rim. The Hurricanes did, and it led to their best offensive day of the season.
Miami spoiled Boston College's post-Syracuse euphoria.
Miami ended its home conference drought and denied the opposing coach a milestone victory.
C.J. Barksdale and Devin Wilson were all smiles, and remarkable circumstances got them there.
Virginia Tech ended a 10-game losing streak with a 52-45 victory against Miami.
Miami finally enjoyed its first home win of the year and snapped a three-game losing streak.
The Miami Hurricanes dug an early 18-point deficit against No. 2 Syracuse, and went 7½ minutes without a basket down the stretch. Even so, they flirted with an upset Saturday before losing to the Orange, 64-52.
When the season began, the Miami Hurricanes' man-to-man defense was so bad that coach Jim Larranaga ordered his team to play zone for an entire game, something he had never done before.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Miami's zone defense frustrated North Carolina and kept the Tar Heels from getting out in transition, while the offense was good enough to keep the Hurricanes out front.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Rion Brown scored 19 points to help Miami beat North Carolina 63-57 on Wednesday night, giving the Hurricanes their first Atlantic Coast Conference win while dropping the Tar Heels to 0-2 in the league.
Guard Joe McDonald tied the game in regulation with three seconds to play and GW pulled away in overtime for a win over Miami on Thursday.
Joe McDonald hit a game-tying layup with three seconds remaining to help George Washington avoid a monumental collapse, and the Colonials beat Miami 71-63 in overtime in the opening game of the Wooden Legacy on Thursday morning.
The Marquette team that struggled to get past a 14-seed in Davidson and had to rally from nine down in the second half to beat Butler in its next game put together a shockingly strong performance to beat Miami 71-61 on Thursday night at Verizon Center.
When Larranaga is introduced before Miami's NCAA tournament East Region game against Marquette on Thursday night, the applause at Verizon Center is likely to be very loud.
"I thought it was going to be more emotional but I just approached it like if it was another home game," Brown said. "That helped because it didn't place any added pressure."
"The main thing for me was that I didn't want to lose another home game," Brown said.